September 2007 archive

and we’re back!

After a month of living like Luddites we’re finally wired again, thank you Gord. (How he did it is another post involving homemade satellite dishes, seriously!) But for now, on to the important stuff. A couple of weeks ago I went to Winnipeg to hang out with my entire family for a couple of days. […]

before death parts us

Ann Packer is all over the New York Times these days for her new novel, Songs Without Words. But in reading about the new book I came across a review of her first novel The Dive from Clausen’s Pier and I knew that it had to be next on my reading list. The Dive asks […]

good news and bad news

Good news:My house has books in it again. It’s starting to look like I live in it.I had an amazing time with my family in Winnipeg.My new commute to work is slightly shorter than the old one. Bad news:Still no computer at home. I’m starting to get the shakes.Canceling the old Shaw account resulted in […]

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